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2009 Nativ Aglianico Campi Taurasini "Eremo San Quirico"

99 Points and just $29.99. We flat out ... loved this! --- 99 Points from a single vineyard 100% Aglianico that had our wine team raving after tasting it for the first time. --- With only 250 cases imported in to the US, this is a rare Italian collectible made by one of Italy’s most famous winemakers. --- 40% off the release price makes this a steal for Italian wine lovers everywhere! Talk about a wow moment. Luca Maroni’s 99 point rating on Nativ’s top wine, at today’s extraordinary price of $29.99/bottle (40% off the release price), will flat out blow away collectors and Italian wine fans everywhere! Named by Luca Maroni as the overall best red wine of the year, the 2009 Nativ Eremo San Quirico is a blockbuster single vineyard, hand-harvested collectible from a top oenologist that rightly belongs in every wine lover’s collection. 3 things you need to know about this offer: 1) The wine & the score - Eremo San Quirico is Nativ’s top wine, a single vineyard expression of 100% Aglianico that is guaranteed to blow you away. Just as exciting is the score on this release — 99 points from Luca Maroni, one of Italy’s most influential critics in the entire country, who named this wine the “overall best red wine of the year”. He poured on the praise by raving about the wine’s “clean aromas of blackberries and black fruit, softness of tannins. Strong and soft at the same time. Great fruit combined with an excellent enological touch. One of the best red wines ever produced and tasted.” WOW! 2) The winemaker - Today’s offer hails from one of Italy’s most renowned oenologists, Mario Ercolino former owner/winemaker for Feudi di San Gregorio, including their top scoring flagship label Serpico. Under Ercolino’s dynamic lead, Feudi di San Gregorio rose to prominence by making truly iconic Italian wines. 3) The price & rarity - Boasting a release price of $50, today’s offer slashes 40% off the price, bringing it down to $29.99/bottle. Only 250 cases of the wine were imported into the U.S., making this an incredibly rare discovery, so once this sells out, it will be gone for good. The time to act is now. On top of all of this ... you can drink this now! No need to wait, this Italian red is ready to go this weekend, next week, next month, next year, or several years from now! All in all, this is the quintessential caliber of Southern Italian wine that you’ve grown to love: stunning complexity, deep, dark delicious fruit flavor, palate drenching and as smooth and sophisticated as silk, this is an “all-in” type of Italian collectible that is a “buy-by-the-case” kind of deal if ever there were one! More about the Wine: "Eremo San Quirico is the winery’s top red wine, made with 100% aglianico grapes sourced from an old vineyard that carries the same name. It is a deeply concentrated wine, ruby red in color. Rich and full on the palate, smooth with aromas of red fruit, cherries and spices. This is aglianico in its purest form and it will be best enjoyed with red meat dishes,game, aged cheeses and rich, hearty meals. Nativ was founded by Mario Ercolino, renowned winemaker for some ot the top estates in Campania and Italy, and his wife Roberta Pirone. The brand name ‘Nativ’ and their wines aim at the best possible representation of the local wines and varietals grown on approx. 15 hectare of estate-owned vinyards located in Irpinia, near Paternopoli and Taurasi, an area famous for fertile soils of volcanic origin, rich in minerals, calcium carbonate and ash, the latter caused by the volcanic eruption of Mount Vesuvius, which struck Pompeii in 79 AD. These constituents are concentrated in the grapes, resulting in features of uniqueness and distinctiveness in the wines. The line includes all of the traditional wines from the region and two beautiful cru bottlings that received near-perfect scores from renowned Italian critic Luca Maroni. A fantastic new addition to the growing Montcalm porfolio" - Importer [+]